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Other titles:BRITISH ARMY OPERATIONS IN THE SECOND WORLD WAR [Allocated Series Title]
Summary: The 11th Corps on a battle exercise around Northampton, Bedford, Cambridge, Oxford and Aylesbury.
Description: 7 March. A Mustang flying towards the camp. General Bucknell talking to the press. Beaufighters flying low over the camp. A two-engined bomber flying low over the camp. Shots of Mustangs. A Mustang arriving back from photographing enemy lines. A Miles Master leaving to collect spare parts. A machine gunner from the RAF. Testing the radio before take-off. A pilot explains the function of the instruments in the cockpit to the press. The Mustang being filled with petrol.
8 March. Pilots waiting for the call of at and Army Cooperation Command aerodrome. A demolished road and a military policeman waving away all traffic. A supposedly mined trench with bricks representing the anti-personnel mines. A van coming to the front line from enemy territory is inspected. Repelling an attack. Ventura aeroplanes flying over the front line.